Youth Soccer Roundup
TROPHY HOUSE U-15 COED
Peppy Dental defeated Quick Solutions, 7-4, with Anastasia Axford, Matthew Myers and Andrew Pumford scoring twice.
Matthew D’Amore and Kasie Foulk had two goals each for Quick Solutions.
KIWANIS U-12 GIRLS
Elise Bloomquist, Jessica Susz, Brianna Stone, Alexa Swanson and Haili Herb scored the goals as Allstate Insurance beat Southside Redemption, 5-2.
Camryn Wilson and Rylee Porter tallied in vain against the winning goaltending combination of Brianna Stone, Christina McMillan, Sierra Fish and Jessica Susz.
SERTOMA CLUB U-10 GIRLS
Mackenzie Miller and Annika Spitzer split four goals as Jamestown Pediatrics stopped the Pizza Express, 4-2.
Lauren Tracy tallied both goals for the Pizza Express.
Cora Blodien, Faith Retterer, Hannah Grey and Miller tended the net for the winners.
Peppy Dental downed Reeds Jewelers, 8-0, behind two goals apiece from Christina Peppy, Marley Drake and Jillian Horton.
Claire Pumford and Madison Karash added goals toward the winning cause.
The goalies for Peppy’s were Horton, Karash, Peppy and Jaylyn.
CEL MOOSE U-8 GIRLS
Ella Ordiway had four goals as Lutheran topped The Post-Journal, 4-2.
Karryne Mims recorded two goals in the loss.
Karahlyn Jones, Marissa Fiorella, Jazmyn Norrod and Emma Birt were the goalies in the win.
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Aliya Graham and Ella Propheter delivered the hat tricks when Mygopher@Kmart blanked John Trussalo CPA, 7-0.
Kenzie Carpenter, Rena Huntington, Quinn Johnson and Graham were the goalies in the win.
TIMBITS U-6 GIRLS
Oliva Michael’s five goals paced Team Orange to a 6-2 decision over Team Purple.
Isabella Wright had the other goal for the Orange, which had Shelby Doud, Madison Hills, Alexis Hultberg and Mikaela Groves share the net-minding duties.
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Team Maroon and Team Gray battled to a 1-1 deadlock.
Sadie Steward scored for the Maroon and Lexie Rizzo for the Gray.
The goalies for the Maroon were Gabriella Armeli, Hannah Sorenson, Clarissa Bouge and Steward. For the Gray, the net-minders were Rizzo, Elizabeth Patterson, Hayden Dawson and Brionna Dumaine.
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McKenna Cuifolo and Addison Cappalino recorded goals as the Sky Blue Timbits prevailed over the Apple Green Timbits, 3-0.
Kylee Franklin, Karina Camp, Mary Bailey and Cuifolo were the goalies who performed flawlessly for the winners.
In defeat, the goalies were Mallory Atwater and Jasmine Goulding-Lopez.
FAST U-13 BOYS
Trenton Colburn scored three goals, Gavin Pavlock two and Ben DePerna one when the Falconer Funeral Home downed the BAYSO’s JAMA Surgery, 6-2.
Chris Reudinger and Caleb Foley found the range for JAMA.
Colby Gordon and Chris Bollman were the goalies for Falconer Funeral Home.
FAYS U-10 GIRLS
Skyler Ownbey scored a pair of goals, and Kaylee Constantino and Ava Palmquist a goal apiece as The Post-Journal defeated Sam Conti Auto Repair from Falconer, 4-2.
Serena Camarata and Cassie Mosher tallied for Sam Conti.
Megan Burnham, Grace Cline, Kaylynn Powers and Cadence Rodgers were the netminders for the winners.
FAYS U-8 BOYS
Connor Murray scored twice and Jacob Constantine once as Greg Mackie edged Dependable Towing & Recovery, 3-2.
Dakota Giambelluca recorded both goals for Dependable.
The goalies for Greg Mackie were Brayden Lobb, Harrison Eckert, Cameron Gibson and Griffin Lewis.
On the other side for Dependable it was Nolen Gray, Nicholas Houston, Damen Vincent and Cody Scott tending the net.
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Frankie Iuculano and Zac Carr led Iuculano Construction past Rand Machine Products, 2-1.
Brody Little broke up the shutout bid of goalies Brendon Devereaux and Skyler Burke.
FAYS U-6 COED
Kaylee Cappa recorded two goals, and Chase Haglund and Madison Burgess one apiece as Pharmacy Innovations tied United Alloys, 4-4.
Zander Pitts scored twice, and Alaina Pitts and Keith Brooks once each for United Alloys.
James Luhman was among the goalies for Pharmacy and Zander Pitts tended the net, among others, for United Alloys.
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Andreus Fountaine talllied four times and Teghan Torcki twice as Dr. Daniels topped Sweet Repeats, 7-1.
Grace Lennon added the other goal for Dr. Daniels.
Gina Cardone and Kaleigh Paul shared the goaltending for Dr. Daniels.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
Ben Brooks and Giuseppe Hoose tallied the goals to give Pure Earth Resources a 2-1 win over Lobb’s Mobil.
Reid Bjork scored for Lobb’s.
In goal for Pure Earth were Vinny Certo, Nathan Radka, Jonathan Pearson and Brooks. On other side for Lobb’s it was Caleb Carr, Quinn Conlan, Jordan Crofoot and Nathan McDonald in the net.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
The Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union nipped the BAYSO’s Dole Studio, 3-2, led by Erin Manning two goals and Ella White’s one.
Anna Tranum and Taylor Bower found the range for Dole Studio.
Mandy Hartmann was the defensive standout for Southern Tier and Ireland Haglund was the defensive standout for the Dole Studio.
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Sofia Genareo and Juliana Graham had goals as the New York State Police Lady Troopers edged the Pizza Hut, 2-1.
Erin Wynn scored the lone goal for the Pizza Hut while teammate Mia Turnbull earned defensive honors.
Vivian White and Kylee Andrews shined on defense for the winners.
SWSC U-6 COED
Ellie Pearson scored three goals to lead the way as the Pure Earth Resources Roughnecks outlasted Lake Shore Paving, 8-6.
Chloe Charles and Anthony Pratt had two goals each while Landon Hooks added one for the winners.
Tavio Hoose and Robbie Bellardo each had the hat trick for Lake Shore Paving.
BAYSO U-10 BOYS
Eli Moore delivered two goals, Elias Akl and Tristian Loomis one each as Marsh’s Tree & Landscaping topped the Pure Earth Resources Roughnecks, 4-1.
Jared Pearson scored the lone goal for the Roughnecks.
Marsh’s goalies were Tucker Fenton, Lucas Seiberg, P.J. Helt and Loomis.
BAYSO U-8 GIRLS
Ava Olson, Elizabeth Lai, Hayley Johnson and Annalise Destro were the goalies who were perfect in goal as the UBS Financial shut out United Rentals, 2-0.
Madeleine Wadsworth and Abigale Harrell scored for the winners.
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Trinity Reel delivered the hat trick while Lai and Taylor Donato scored once when UBS Financial defeated the Garvey’s Shutterbugs, 5-1.
Reel, Donato, Johnson and Olson were the goalies in the win. The foursome allowed only a goal by Abby Sweeney.